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Wilhelm M., Wilhelm F. X.

Reverse transcription of retroviruses and LTR retrotransposons Journal Article

In: Cell Mol Life Sci, vol. 58, no. 9, pp. 1246-62, 2001, (1420-682x Journal Article Review Review, Academic).

Abstract | BibTeX | Tags: *Retroelements, *Terminal, Acid, Alignment, Amino, Animals, Base, Conformation, Data, DNA, Homology, Human, Molecular, Nucleic, Polymerase/*chemistry/*metabolism, Repeat, Retroviridae/*enzymology/*genetics, RNA-Directed, Sequence, Sequences


Wilhelm M., Boutabout M., Wilhelm F. X.

Expression of an active form of recombinant Ty1 reverse transcriptase in Escherichia coli: a fusion protein containing the C-terminal region of the Ty1 integrase linked to the reverse transcriptase-RNase H domain exhibits polymerase and RNase H activities Journal Article

In: Biochem J, vol. 348, no. Pt 2, pp. 337-42, 2000, (0264-6021 Journal Article).

Abstract | BibTeX | Tags: &, Acid, affinity, Alignment, Amino, Calf, cerevisiae/*enzymology/*genetics, Chromatography, Cloning, Codon, coli, Comparative, Data, DNA, DNA/metabolism, Escherichia, Frames, Fusion, Genetic, Gov't, H, Heteroduplexes/metabolism, HIV-1, Homology, Integrases/chemistry/metabolism, Kinetics, Molecular, Non-U.S., Nucleic, Open, Polymerase/chemistry/isolation, Proteins/chemistry/isolation, purification/*metabolism, purification/metabolism, Reading, Recombinant, Retroelements/*genetics, Reverse, Ribonuclease, RNA-Directed, RNA/metabolism, Saccharomyces, Sequence, Study, Support, Templates, Terminator, Thymus/isolation, Transcriptase/chemistry


Bergdoll M., Eltis L. D., Cameron A. D., Dumas P., Bolin J. T.

All in the family: structural and evolutionary relationships among three modular proteins with diverse functions and variable assembly Journal Article

In: Protein Sci, vol. 7, no. 8, pp. 1661-70, 1998, (0961-8368 Journal Article).

Abstract | BibTeX | Tags: *Acetyltransferases, *Evolution, Acid, Amino, Bacterial, Burkholderia/*chemistry, Crystallography, Data, Genetic, Gov't, Homology, Human, Lactoylglutathione, Lyase/*chemistry, Models, Molecular, Non-U.S., Oxygenases/chemistry, P.H.S., Phylogeny, Protein, Proteins/*chemistry, Secondary, Sequence, structure, Support, U.S., X-Ray

Gabus C., Ficheux D., Rau M., Keith G., Sandmeyer S., Darlix J. L.

The yeast Ty3 retrotransposon contains a 5'-3' bipartite primer-binding site and encodes nucleocapsid protein NCp9 functionally homologous to HIV-1 NCp7 Journal Article

In: EMBO J, vol. 17, no. 16, pp. 4873-80, 1998, (0261-4189 Journal Article).

Abstract | BibTeX | Tags: *Capsid, *Retroelements, Acid, Base, Binding, Capsid/*genetics, cerevisiae/*genetics, dimerization, gag/*genetics, Gene, Gov't, Homology, Met/genetics/*metabolism, Non-U.S., Nucleic, P.H.S., Products, Proteins, RNA, Saccharomyces, Sequence, Sites, Support, Transfer, U.S.